Aug 31, 2012 - Posts about breeders select dog food written by admin.
Hi all, dose anybody know anything about a dog food called "Breeders Select" Thanks.
I like Nutrisource also, very happy with it. Our mixed breed dog does very well on it and when we first adopted him we tried several of the very expensive higly acclaimed foods that supposedly were supposed to beat most all. My d.h. bought a large bag for like 50 or 60 bucks because it was the food he had been fed from day one after being weened from his mother. Well, it made his tummy ache and his stools loose. I went ahead and bought some other food from the store (pedigree) and his loose stools, tummy ache went away. Someone i ran into when shopping recommended nutrisource as their breed are one of the ones that has sensitive digestive systems and is a breed known for not being able to take certain heart worm preventives, they said their dog does great on it and has had it in puppy formula when a pup. I tried it and like it very much. He does fine and I have never found any issues with it ever. I have bought small and large bags, grain-free and with grain/ chicken and lamb. He loves it and he is healthy and does very well on it. Now I do mix it with another dog food pedigree (that we buy at the grocery store, which now has formulas for hip dysplasia prevention w/ glucomine in it) that is 3 or 4 stars on it because he does well on both combined, but I also feed him Nutrisource by itself. For us, it is easier to combine them as it reduces the cost but not the quality. I feel it is very important with all the questionable dog foods and sporadic recalls, as pet parents when we find a reliable source of dog food our dogs thrive on, it is good to share. For the record, I am a very responsible pet parent, read dog parent bks written by vets, vet mags for pet parents and have pet insurance even in case he ever needs it when he is older. He is like our baby, he is our family. I have never found any fault with nutrisource ever (nor have I ever found anything in it other than normal dog food kibble), and I have paid some high costs for some of the 5 star listed, and didn’t like thier greasy feel nor how he did on them. Also very glad I finally found the right combo for him, and he seems to be doing very well, a beautiful healthy and happy little fellow.
Thought something was wrong. We purchased a seven-month-old Standard Poodle male late December 2015 and kept him on breeder’s recommended 50% Iams and 50% Eukanuba Large Breed Puppy Foods and he went from 55 to 64 pounds by the beginning of March. Switched him to Victor Select Hi Pro Plus Formula Active Dogs and Puppies for the last six weeks to give him more protein and fat and he has gained TWO pounds in six weeks! He doesn’t like it and we have been adding our leftover food to get him to eat. Will drive 110 miles round-trip to get him NutriSource Large Breed Puppy Chicken and Rice tomorrow!!! Thanks!!!!
Aug 31, 2012 - I tested this dog food on my own dog for 30 days
I am in the process of changing Golda's food (12 weeks old)
While hard work and excellent products gave Breeder's Choice steady growth over the years, it was a chance encounter with the avocado that put the company on the map. A local co-op grower had an excess supply of avocados one season and asked the company if it would be able to use the fruit in it's dog food. It was common knowledge that avocados had been successfully used in cosmetic and beauty aides for years, however, after extensive research, the company found that certain avocado ingredients were also helpful in curing skin and coat problems with animals. The company launched its flagship success story in 1982, with its line of AvoDerm Natural dog and cat food, which quickly became the company�s and one of the industry�s best selling products. Consumer feedback called AvoDerm a �miracle� product. Ten years later, the company expanded the line to include treats and grooming aids.Many breeders and show enthusiasts have embraced our foods because they have helped their dogs become champions within their specific breed. A good example is the success our foods enjoyed during the 2007 US Great Dane National Specialty, where 28 of the 33 classes were won by an Eagle Pack or Holistic Select fed dog. That is a record that is unmatched by any food.